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U.S. Steps Up Intel After Putin’s Nuclear Threats

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The so-called referendums that have been going on for the past five days in Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine have come to an end. With all votes reportedly counted, the results show exactly the kind of majority in favor of joining Russia. The UK's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, has urged the United Nations to reject the results. Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to announce the annexation of the four Ukrainian regions.
Published 4 months ago · Washington, United States

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U.S. Steps Up Intel After Putin’s Nuclear Threats

“U.S. and allied intelligence agencies are stepping up efforts to detect any Russian military moves or communications that might signal that Vladimir Putin has ordered the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine,” Politico reports.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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U.S. steps up intel, surveillance after Putin’s nuke threats

But Washington worries that the first signs of a possible attack may come too late.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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U.S. Stepping Up Intel Surveillance After Putin’s Nuclear Threats

U.S. Stepping Up Intel Surveillance After Putin’s Nuclear Threats

4 months ago
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